Dive into our Peer Consultation Program, a collaboration between Student Well-Being, Student Housing, and the Psychology Department. Whether you have questions about campus life or fitness or need to chat about homesickness or group projects, our NASPA-certified team has your back.
Schedule a session for some genuine connection. It's private, relaxed, and all about you.
You're in the right spot! Book a 45-minute Motivational Interviewing session. Reflect on choices, gain insights, and strategize safer decisions. These confidential sessions are designed for reflection, especially concerning alcohol and tobacco. Many peers leave these 45-minute sessions with fresh insights and strategies.
While our service is private, and we strive to protect your privacy, we are not professional counselors and cannot offer legal confidentiality. There are specific dangerous circumstances, as mandated by law and FLC Policy, which we must report for student safety. You can read more about our privacy limits on our consent form.
Before we get started, please sign this informed consent form.
Request Peer Support
I am a third-year double majoring in Psychology and Exercise and Health Promotion, with a Peace and Conflict Studies minor. I am passionate about the social services career and hope to help my home community. I am involved with ISP, WellPAC, and TRIO Student Success Center. I enjoy playing pool, reading, and listening to music in my free time.
I look forward to working with you!
I am a fourth-year Psychology Major with a Sociology Minor. After graduate school, I aspire to work in social services with children with adverse childhood experiences.
I currently serve as president of FLC's Indigenous Society of Psychologists, working to highlight the importance of the well-being of our Indigenous community here on campus. I also work with WellPAC as its Substance Use Education Coordinator. I have enjoyed getting to know and working with FLC’s fantastic students, staff, and faculty, who continue to inspire me.
Do you have an open mind and good listening skills? Can you be there for peers in tough times? Hop on board with WellPAC Peer Support! We offer top-tier training, from Certified Peer Educator (CPE) – that's a big deal national certification by BACCHUS Initiatives of NASPA – to Motivational Interviewing and Title IX reporter training.
And the best part? The CPE training isn't just rigorous; it arms you with leadership skills for any gig. It happens once a year over a weekend. If you're ready to jump in or have more questions, email us at email@example.com or call 970-247-7508.
CPE training is an effective strategy for building a well-educated and sustainable peer education group. CPE Training helps peer educators develop leadership skills to successfully create and implement campus programs. The training includes eight modules covering the role of peer education, helping peers make a behavior change, listening skills, response, referral skills, taking action and intervening, recognizing diversity and inclusivity, programming and presentation skills, self-care, and group dynamics.
Initially launched by the BACCHUS Network in 1994, the Certified Peer Educator program has been an asset to health and wellness peer educators, leading to the certification of more than 200,000 individuals since its inception. As the higher education landscape has evolved, so have the roles of peer educators - whether in the capacity of traditional health and wellness peer educators, resident advisors, or orientation leaders. Campuses rely on their students to be curators of change and support systems for their peers, and the CPE program provides foundational-level skills to allow these students to succeed. Students will hone their skill sets throughout the 12-hour, 8-module course to be effective peer educators and leaders.
CPE is a 12-hour foundation training suitable for any collegiate peer education group. This training is broken up into eight distinct modules. The course can be taught during training over a long weekend or throughout a semester as part of a course. The modules and skill sets that your students will develop include the following:
Email firstname.lastname@example.org for current details on upcoming training opportunities.
Learn more about the BACCHUS Initiatives of NASPA
Location: 178 Student Union BuildingFax: 970-247-7487Phone: 970-247-7508
Kendra Gallegos, Student Wellness Initiatives CoordinatorEmail: email@example.com
Phone: 970-247-7508Email: firstname.lastname@example.org.